A recursive directory traverser, which can be used to traverse one or multiple directories in parallel. It resembles the python function os.walk(), but with the ability to walk multiple directories simulaneously, making it suitable for comparing directory trees.
A cmd-line tool, dirscan, provides directory scanning and comparing functions from the command-line.
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